Beijing has embarked on an ambitious naval modernization program intended to end the preponderance of US-Japan military power in East Asia.
With the March 29 deadline looming, Prime Minister May is desperate for a short-term extension to take her twice-defeated deal back to Parliament.
Trump meets his tropical doppelganger in Bolsonaro, a sea change unfolds in Slovak politics, and one of Central Asia’s longest-running leaders suddenly steps down.
If Afghanistan is to be stabilized and rebuilt, then all foreign and domestic forces are going to have to get on the same page.
Tracing the rise of Islamic States Af-Pak affiliate, Wilayat Khorasan.
The Ebola epidemic response is failing in the DRC, and local policing procedures might have something to do with it.
The latest economic data out of Germany does not bode well for growth on the Continent. Are we headed for a new European downturn?
Boeing should have acted on signs that pilots were unaware of crucial systems, and it should have acted months ago.
Bibi is falling back on old tactics as he faces a new challenge to his decade-long rule.
The Arab Spring may be making a late arrival in Algeria, with possible consequences for regional geopolitics and global energy markets.
Zac and Nick discuss the recent flare-up in India and Pakistan's decades-long conflict over Kashmir. Is there a real threat of more military clashes, or was this just political theater for domestic consumption in both countries?